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Kenny Lashes Out at Team Kaliber Following "Disrespectful" Video from KOSDFF and Nudah

by Ross Deason

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Kenny ‘Kenny’ Williams has expressed a desire to leave Team Kaliber’s Call of Duty team after the organization’s owner, Justin ‘KOSDFF’ Chandler, posted a vlog where the player felt disrespected.

The vlog in question shows Clayton ‘Nudah’ Huddleston, who is currently staying at the TK house after being asked to leave the SoaR house, wearing some of Kenny’s clothes while KOSDFF says “and then he stole all of Kenny’s clothes, so fuck you Kenny”.

Kenny quickly responded to the video, timestamping the moment in question and saying “this supposed to be funny?” before posting another Tweet laughing at people that are telling him its “it’s just clothes”.


Another Tweet saying “always loyal to” followed by a trash emoji was later deleted but screenshots of it have been shared online by members of the /r/CoDCompetitive subreddit.

As well as this, a Twitch clip has surfaced that shows Kenny saying he wants out of the organization and that they do not pay him the minimum required salary for CWL Pro League teams:

“I cannot wait to leave this trash ass org,

“Who can’t even pay us the bare minimum of fucking league salary,

“Can’t pay me the minimum of the league salary and he’s got other fools wearing my clothes”

KOSDFF was quick to respond to the escalating situation, saying that he and Nudah had thought it funny that he could fit into Kenny’s clothes after his weight loss and that they “honestly thought he’d find it funny”.

KOSDFF states that they have apologised to Kenny for the confusion and that Nudah “feels terrible too”.


The TK owner has also responded to the claims about the team’s salary, saying that each player is paid $5,000 per month and the the organization has “poured considerable resources” into supporting the team.

Following KOSDFF’s apology, Kenny once again took to Twitter to say that he has nothing against Justin (KOSDFF) and that he said what he said in the heat of the moment.

However, the 18 year old SMG star doesn’t back down entirely, saying that he still finds the whole situation disrespectful.

Kenny has been playing for Team Kaliber since October of 2017 and was a key component in their back-to-back championships at CWL Dallas and CWL New Orleans at the start of the WWII season.

The teenager is widely regarded as one of the most talented players in the game and, given his age, one of the hottest prospects for future titles.